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Generational angst at work?

As Christ-followers, we’re called to love and respect everyone.
  Caroline Mendez

Rethinking planning strategies

Strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats, SWOT analysis, is a common leadership tool that may need to be revisited.
  Scott Couchenour

The T.E.A.M. in teamwork

Here are four traits of a good team.
  Rick Warren

Roller coaster of change

It’s important to shed plenty of light on planned changes. Here are three ways to do so.
  Mike Bonem

The kind of leader you need if you want to bring about change

Find out what may be missing from your leadership team.
  Bob Whitesel

How to grow as a follower by helping your leader succeed

An interview with Allen Hamlin Jr., author of Embracing Followership.
  Ken Gosnell

4 steps to effectively train your team

When you begin to implement these, you will see your team become highly equipped and capable.
  Joseph Lalonde

Discovering encouragement in correction

Even when I’m confronted by what I lack and how I fall short, God can still use this opportunity to provide encouragement.
  Rob Streetman

Meet with a purpose

How often have you thought, Why are we having this meeting?
  Mike Bonem

Great staff meetings require these 7 rules

Often team dynamics derail productive meetings simply because someone misspoke or misheard.
  Charles Stone

4 principles of great staff feedback

The leader who doesn’t deliver reviews and critiques with sensitivity and skill could hurt the team.
  Bud Brown

Stop running alone

Why would a CEO need other people?
  Greg Leith

Talent: Is it essential?

A key aspect of effective leadership is finding the right people for your team.
  Mark Deterding

Why relational leaders are the glue to hold a team together

However, these are not the only leaders you need.
  Bob Whitesel

3 ways to offer positive, focused attention

The best conversations include these.
  David Bowman

Team building 101

What is the purpose of a team?
  Matthew Fretwell

Are you a problem-solver?

Viewing leaders as problem-solvers leads to a new perspective on the world.
  Richard Blackaby

The question you need to be asking

When it comes to leadership development, ask this of your team.
  David Bowman

Do you really care for your team?

Does your team have to convince you to be interested in what concerns them?
  Mark Deterding

3 biblical ways leaders can read people

Here are three concepts to help you discern people's unspoken thoughts and attitudes.
 

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O God, you are my God; earnestly I seek you; my soul thirsts for you; my flesh faints for you, as in a dry and weary land where there is no water.
Psalm 63:1 (ESV)
Joseph Lalonde

Joseph Lalonde is an award-winning leadership blogger and hosted the Answers From Leadership podcast. He desires …

Tom Harper

Tom Harper is publisher of BiblicalLeadership.com and CEO of Networld Media Group, the site's parent …